Features

  • Basic algebraic rules with which the child can experiment
  • A focus on minimal instruction encourages creativity and experimentation from the player
  • 10 progressive chapters, 10 practice chapters
  • 357 puzzles
  • Multiple profiles for easy progress control
  • Multiple supported languages: English, français, norsk, svenska, dansk, español, 한국어, italiano, português, Deutsch, русский, 简体中文, 繁體中文, suomi, Nederlands, Eesti, Euskara, Türkçe, Čeština, Lietuvių...

Additional information


Version Notes

Fixed store icon


Ratings and reviews

Average customer rating

4.3
16 ratings

Rating snapshot

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    12
  2. 4
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  3. 3
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  4. 2
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  5. 1
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S. · 2/21/2015
Rewarding

Pros: it shows you by doing. cons: it doesn't explain terms of algebra; I suppose seeing is understanding for most.

Brent · 7/15/2014
Excellent Game

I am an 8th grade math teacher and my students love to play dragonbox. I love it because it teaches students the core mechanics to algebra, but it seems like a game. Students have fun and don't realize they are learning concepts like combining like terms. Very good app for kids and I'm glad to see it on the windows store.

Ethan · 6/9/2014
Hooray! I'm so happy to see DB 12+ on windows!

My 7-year-old daughter loved DB 5, but I didn't want to show her the "game" on a friend's ipad, because she'd be sad that couldn't rock her math skills on her surface. Fixed! (now, on to Elements! :))

Pat · 8/22/2014
Can't start game

D/l trial version. Nothing happens. No startup screen that states PLAY How do you start game?

Joseph · 8/5/2014
a rip off

I wasted 10 dollars on this. All I found was no algebra problems but stupid game to get a dragon out of box.....WHERE THE HELL WERE ALGERBRA PROBLEMS.? I WANT MY MONEY BACK.

Meghan · 7/14/2014
yt

5

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